Tricia Hewlett Art

Wildlife Artist

Dec 31, 2020

Welcome to 2021!

First, let me thank you all for your support, purchases and goodwill throughout the past year. 
I raise my glass to you!

Actually, I don’t drink alcohol, so my glass is filled with wonderful fresh water run down from the hills of Hinewai Reserve. 
We have recently had the most refreshing rain. I’m sorry for all those camping over the Christmas holidays. I know rainfalls and tents are not always the greatest friends, hopefully though, you can  appreciate how much the whenua, the flora and the fauna were in need of this liquid blessing.
​Now with some moisture about, we are able to relax and enjoy the abundance of new life in our valley. 

Since my last blog I’ve not completed many artworks, but I have been spending time out and about, watching the birds and critters, following their antics and learning so much more from them. I’ve been attending numerous art events. I’ve had some folk in learning and sharing their art endeavours and I’ve had so many wonderful visitors to my studio. Long may it continue.

I wish you a healthy and happy 2021, filled with whatever it is that makes your heart sing.

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Thanks for taking the time to read my blog.
Nga mihi,
Tricia Hewlett

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